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Savin' Up Tama Renata, Music Video – 1985

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Sonny Day was a working musician from the late 50s to the early 90s, but recorded infrequently. 'Savin' Up', his first solo single, was a soulful cover of a song Bruce Springsteen gifted to his sax player Clarence Clemons — and an appropriate counterpoint to the glitz of 80s materialism. The video, shot in Auckland's Vulcan Lane plus the legendary Birdcage bar, has Sonny in his element, while performing with a band that includes Neil Edwards (ex-Underdogs), Tama Renata (ex-Herbs) and backing vocalists Annie Crummer, Beaver and Josie Rika.

Key Cast & Crew

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Roger Guise

Director, Producer

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John McWilliam

Editor, Director, Producer

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Sigi Spath Junior

Camera

Acknowledgements

Written by Bruce Springsteen